Tag: Poems

RAINBOWS, HERODOTUS & HANS ZIMMER

Zoolon’s new bin ‘Herodotus the Bin’ Some music. A 60 second guitar improvisation rendition of “Time” by Hans Zimmer. I hope you enjoy; View this post on Instagram Short “Time” rendition from Hans Zimmer #time #hanszimmer #guitar #guitarcover #uk #kent #dover #england #europe A post shared by George Blamey-Steeden (@george.b.s_zoolon) on Jan 25, 2019 at

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BABY MOONBEAM’S MUM

‘To the dark side of this mirror’ by Zoolon The bus broke down halfway up the mountainside. The driver got the bonnet open. Steam came out. Even though he had a box of spanners he told us there was nothing he could do. He didn’t know when help would come because his mobile couldn’t get

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THE BUS STOP & THE CANINE KID

‘A Chair’ by Someone Who Wanted a Chair This is a 100% true. Just up from where I live there’s a road that I’m beginning to think is in another dimension in time and space. A big concept to take in.  I’ll explain. The road in question leads out of town into the countryside behind

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AN AFTERMATH & A PHOBIA

When I discovered it in the fridge I thought, ‘Brilliant, it may look like it’s been in the hands of a sculptor whose polished it a bit, but it’s a proper French croissant and it’s mine all mine’. The first clue that it wasn’t a croissant came when I picked it up and it weighed

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OLDER AND WISER

TURNING A POEM INTO A SONG I recently had the privilege to be commissioned by the gifted poet, lovely lady and WordPress blogger, Vivian Zems, to turn one of her poems she’d written called ‘Older and Wiser’ into a song. Vivian decided on the genre for the composition and that was all I required. I

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WHEN A POEM BECOMES A SONG

I trade both online and offline as Zoolon Hub. I’ve recently added another new product to my business aimed mainly at others in the music industry. However, I thought some of you poets or lyricists out there might (or might not) also be interested in the product – especially so if you are not a

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PAIN (aka LOVE’S SHADOW)

I think every album is allowed one simple acoustic number, so long as the lyric has a true meaning. This song called ‘Pain’ from my ‘Dream Rescuer’ album has a lyric that is personal to me and has such a true meaning. Written it just a few moments on a day I’ll always remember. It

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A POEM BECOMES A LYRIC

Here’s a track from my new album, ‘Dream Rescuer’. The song is called ‘Sunlight & The Dust” and is adapted from a poem by my father, Mike Steeden.  I’ve never used the words of others when composing before, yet I thought this poem would not find the journey to the Land of Lyrics too troublesome.

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THE DREAM RESCUER

(The coast of France seen from Dover Harbour, England a couple of days ago. It was hard keeping the camera still in the wind hence the focus is a bit like it) THE DREAM RESCUER You rescued dreams and nightmare’s schemes, Spinning around inside your head, You kept them in your diary, A book you

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NO ‘SONG OF LOVE’ TODAY

(written following the tragic events in London yesterday, a diary entry, not a poem or lyric) Wearing headphones on a windy, rainy afternoon, Safe, warm, tickling a keyboard and lost in composition, Just trying to conjure up a new ‘song of love’ to sing, While outside, and far away from here, in The Smoke, Another

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